Where are WI parents after trans teacher keeps pushing?

Thursday, March 5, 2020
Bob Kellogg, Billy Davis (OneNewsNow.com)

Vica Steel teacher dudeAfter a teachers union defended the right of a transgender teacher to urinate next to an elementary school student, it is past time for parents to wake up to what is happening, says a longtime parental activist.

Madison Teachers, Inc. fired off a letter in late February defending “Vica Steel,” a middle-aged biological man (pictured at left) who used the student restroom and frightened a little girl at Frank Allis Elementary, located in Madison, Wisconsin.

The letter not only defended the man’s right to use the girls’ restroom but demanded the school district “repair” the harm it inflicted on “Steel” by suggesting school staff use their own designated restrooms.

Madison, a college town of approximately 255,000, is known as a bastion of far-left activism, and a teachers union siding with a teacher over little girls demonstrates the partnership between teachers unions and LGBT activism.

"Celebrate Diversity" bannerThe teachers union letter declares that the teachers union and its board of directors “stand with Vica Steel and all our transgender, gender non-binary, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer or questioning, intersex, and asexual or allied (LGBTQIA) staff.” 

"The needs of children,” Linda Harvey, president of Mission America, says, “are definitely way down the priority list when we're talking about the LGBT agenda."

The transgender woman’s real name is Mark Vincent Busenbark, and OneNewsNow first reported on him in June 2019 when the teacher used his science class to share a “coming out” video with his young students.

Busenbark's video demonstrated a new tactic for LGBT activists: Demanding acceptance not from sympathetic “allied” adults but from their elementary-age children. Students were informed that his pronoun is now “Mx” and were advised that anyone who disagrees with him is motivated by “fear” and “hate.”


Fast-forwarding eight months later, the letter to the Madison Metropolitan School District alleges “discrimination” because MMDD has asked faculty and staff to use their own designated restrooms – a request that likely came after the parent of the frightened child asked the school district about its restroom policy.

Townhall.com, reporting on the transgender teacher's demands, reports that Busenbark stated on Facebook he is still using the girls' restroom located across from his classroom. 

"I can’t say what will happen next, but I am hopeful that [the district] will proceed with more care and that they will bring more voices, especially transgender voices and the voices of other marginalized people, to the table so any change of policy or practice is non-discriminatory,” Steel wrote.  

Harvey tells OneNewsNow that parents are ultimately responsible for safeguarding their own children.

"Parent need to wake up and realize what's going on,” she warns. “Their children are in danger by the entire LGBT agenda and the demands that are being made."


We moderate all reader comments, usually within 24 hours of posting (longer on weekends). Please limit your comment to 300 words or less and ensure it addresses the article - NOT another reader's comments. Comments that contain a link (URL), an inordinate number of words in ALL CAPS, rude remarks directed at other readers, or profanity/vulgarity will not be approved. More details





If I had to choose one thing I like about the just-passed 'pandemic relief' bill, it would be …





US eyes new outbreaks as infections worldwide top 590,000
States impose new restrictions on travelers from New York
No games, big losses: Money crisis faces US Olympic sports
Trump seeks to force General Motors to produce ventilators
MLB final pitch could be closer to Christmas than Halloween
Trump signs $2.2T stimulus after swift congressional votes
Congress locks Trump oversight into $2.2 trillion package


National Rifle Association blasts L.A. County Sheriff's 'reckless decision' to close down gun shops
Trump defends trip to Va. to see off Navy hospital ship, says he won't be 'jumping around in a huddle'
Hillary Clinton makes joke out of coronavirus: Trump did promise 'America first'
COVID-19 vs. H1N1-09: What a difference a decade can make
The left is loving this


Cartoon of the Day
Pro-lifers take on new cause: foster care

I am the pro-life generationA group of student pro-lifers in Georgia recently met with the state’s Republican governor to support foster care reform in the state.